Aroga Worldwide, CEO, Grove Bennett’s recent trip to Africa, resulted in signing of an SLA (Service Level Agreement) with (TACC) (Twelve Apostles Church in Christ), and the opening of Aroga Africa Division, paving Aroga’s path to increase distribution channels throughout the Continent of Africa.
fileSeattle, United States – August 30, 2016 /MarketersMedia/ — Aroga Worldwide, CEO, Grove Bennett, Announced today, that Aroga Worldwide has signed an SLA with TACC (Twelve Apostles Church in Christ) to facilitate the distribution of Aroga’s Acu-Point Holograms, starting in South Africa and expanding to other countries throughout the entire Continent of Africa.
TACC has 6.5 million members in South Africa and has partnerd with Aroga to assist Aroga Worldwide in the distribution of Aroga’s products on the African Continent. The SLA between Aroga and TACC provides for TACC to acquire 250,000 Acu-Point Hologram customers within the first six months of the agreement. The plan includes beginning distribution in South Africa, but will also include expanding distribution into other African countries, and ramping up distribution to over 1 million customers within the first twelve months, with expected annual gross revenues to exceed $40 Million USD from sales in Africa, alone.
Mr. Bennet’s recent visit to South Africa was graciously hosted by TACC’s Chief Apostle and Chairman, Professor, Caesar Nongqunga. The visit included, Bennet attending TACC’s Thanksgiving Service, on Sunday, August 14th, at King Zwheliti Stadium, in Durban, where Bennett shared his vision for Aroga in Africa, with more than twenty-thousand members of TACC, many of whom are already regular users of Aroga’s Holograms.
“This agreement between Aroga and TACC is an unprecedented accomplishment for Aroga Worldwide, Aroga Holdings, and our Group of Aroga Companies. We are very pleased and honored that TACC was able to align with our vision for Aroga in Africa, and offer Aroga access to their distribution channels throughout the African Continent. We are also very honored to welcome TACC’s Chief Apostle, Professor, Caesar Nongqunga and the entire TACC Congregation to Our Aroga Family.” -Grove Bennett, CEO, Aroga Worldwide
According to Mr. Bennett, Aroga has officially registered, and is now licensed in South Africa as “Aroga Africa”. This registration will not only make the Aroga operation, official, in the eyes of the South African Government, but will also help facilitate the expansion of Aroga’s business activities across Africa.
Mr. Bennett plans an additional trip to Africa this October to oversee expansion of Aroga Africa into the countries of Nigeria and Zimbabwe. During this expansion trip, Mr. Bennett is scheduled to attend a special Thanksgiving Service with Chief Apostle, Professor Caesar Nongqunga and TACC Members.
Twelve Apostles’ Church in Christ, is an independent Apostolic Church with its Head Administration Office in East London, South Africa. Membership is well in excess of 6 million. In addition to the numerous congregations throughout South Africa, there are many additional congregations in other African countries, and, as a result of labor and political migration, congregations in the United Kingdom, as well. In addition, TACC also has an affiliated Church in India, Twelve Apostles’ Church in Christ in India, based in Hyderabad. Other TACC churches are located in Ghana, and Bangladesh, with additional congregations in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and even the United States Of America.
About Aroga Worldwide:
Aroga Worldwide, is one in a group of seven companies under the umbrella of the Aroga Holdings Corp, a publicly listed company. Aroga Worldwide manufactures, and distributes Acu-Point Holograms. These Holograms, when placed on the strategic Acupressure Points (also called meridians) on the body, are believed by many, to help in supporting the body’s functions and help to maintain a harmonic and balanced body.
More about Grove Bennett:
Aroga CEO, Grove Bennett, has an extensive business resume. Having the experience of running private and public companies, from operations, manufacturing, business development, finance and customer relations. Bennett has worked within the major credit card and banking industries, and even headed up a team that developed training programs for Integrated Maintenance Training System (IMTS), a maintenance training system for the F/A:18 Fighter Jet and a $44MM Canadian contract to the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force.
More about the Acu-Point Holograms:
Aroga’s Acu-Point Holograms are are small, portable and disposable. Each Quantum Infused Hologram is smaller than a US Quarter, and thinner than a postage stamp. The energy is infused into a design, that can best be described as a circuit, or chip technology. The Holograms stick to the skin with a non-allergenic adhesive, and can be worn as long as needed. Each Hologram is color coded to remind the user of which application the Hologram is recommended for. As a do-it-yourself product, the user not only benefits from the convenience of the Holograms, but can save considerable amounts of money using Aroga’s Acu-Point Holograms